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Dr. Agostino Patella from CERN and Plymouth University is visiting the IFT for the period February 26th to March 3rd, 2016. His office number is B16. His research focuses on theoretical aspects and numerical simulations of strongly-coupled gauge theories, discretized on a lattice. His interests include fundamental aspects and phenomenological applications of conformal gauge theories, large-N limits of gauge theories and large-N equivalences. Recently he has developed an interest in isospin-breaking corrections to QCD, and in particular in the inclusion of radiative corrections to hadronic quantities in numerical simulations. | Dr. Alejandro Ibarra from Technical University of Munich is visiting the IFT for the period February 13th to 17th, 2017. His office number is 301. His research interests are dark matter and neutrino physics | Dr. Alejandro Jenkins from Universidad de Costa Rica is visiting the IFT for the period September 19th to December 19th, 2016. His office number is 216. He is broadly interested in applications of effective quantum field theory in both particle physics and cosmology. He also works on self-oscillating dynamical systems and quantum thermodynamics. | Dr. Alessio Marrani from University of Padua is visiting the IFT for the period April 13th to 18th, 2015. |

Dr. Alexander Westphal from the DESY (Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron -- German Electron-Synchrotron) is visiting the IFT for the period September 14th to 16th, 2016. His office number is 401. His research interests include: Theoretical Cosmology and String Theory, in particular inflation in string theory. | Dr. Álvaro de la Cruz-Dombriz from University of Cape Town is visiting the IFT for the period June 27th to July 18th, 2017. His office number is 103. His research interests include: dark energy, extended theories of gravity, large-scale structures, neutron stars. | Dr. Anastassios Vladikas from INFN Roma Tor Vergata is visiting the IFT for the period April 11th to 15th, 2016. His office number is 316. His research interests are Flavour Physics, lattice QCD, renormalization and improvement of lattice Field Theory and numerical simulations. | Dr. Ander Retolaza from DESY is visiting the IFT for the period November 20th to 24th, 2017. His office number is 401. His research interests include: Construction of 4d String Theory vacua with applications to Cosmology, gauge/gravity duality. |

Dr. Ander Retolaza from DESY is visiting the IFT for the period January 8th to 12th, 2018. His office number is 401. His research interests include: Construction of 4d String Theory vacua with applications to Cosmology, gauge/gravity duality. | Dr. Aneesh Manohar from University of California, San Diego is visiting the IFT for the period July 5th to 15th, 2016. His office number is 214. His research interests include: Effective Field Theories, Higgs physics, QCD. | Dr. Aneesh Manohar from University of California, San Diego is visiting the IFT for the period September 30th to October 31st, 2015. His office number is 111. His research interests include: Effective Field Theories, Higgs physics, QCD. | Dr. Bryan Zaldívar from LAPTh - Annecy is visiting the IFT for the period July 10th to 18th, 2017. His office number is 301. His research interests include: Dark Matter, Early Universe and Collider Phenomenology. |

Dr. Bryan Zaldívar from LAPTh - Annecy is visiting the IFT for the period September 26th to October 7th, 2016. His office number is 201. His research interests include: Dark Matter, Early Universe and Collider Phenomenology. | Dr. Carlos S. Shahbazi from Leibniz University, Hannover, is visiting the IFT for the period May 22nd to June 2nd, 2017. His office number is B09. His research interests include: mathematical aspects of Supergravity and String Theory and Differential Geometry/Topology. | Dr. Chan Beom Park from KIAS is visiting the IFT for the period October 7th to November 4th, 2016. His office number is 214. His research interests include: collider physics and supersymmetry phenomenology. | Dr. Claudia Scoccola from Universidad Nacional de La Plata, Argentina, is visiting the IFT for the period May 3rd to July 1st, 2016. Her office number is 104. Her research interests include: Cosmology, Large scale structure of the Universe, Cosmic microwave background, Dark Energy. |

Dr. Daniel E. López Fogliani from Buenos Aires Physics Institute (IFIBA-CONICET) is visiting the IFT for the period January 18th to February 16th, 2016. His office number is 103.
His research interests are:
- Supersymmetric Standard Model, Collider signatures, dark matter, neutrino physics | Dr. Daniel E. López Fogliani from Buenos Aires Physics Institute (IFIBA-CONICET) is visiting the IFT for the period November 14th to 18th 2016. His office number is 104. His research interests are: Supersymmetric Standard Model, Collider signatures, dark matter, neutrino physics. | Dr. David G. Cerdeño from IPPP, Durham University is visiting the IFT for the period March 27th to April 28th, 2017. His office number is 109. His research interests are focused on dark matter. | Dr. David G. Cerdeño from IPPP, Durham University is visiting the IFT for the period April 4th to 21st, 2016. His office number is 109. His research interests are focused on dark matter. |

Dr. Elizabeth Jenkins from University of California, San Diego is visiting the IFT for the period July 6th to 15th, 2016. Her office number is 214. Her research interests include: symmetries in Quantum Field Theory, Higgs boson physics, Standard Model physics, neutrino physics and cosmology. | Dr. Elizabeth Jenkins from University of California, San Diego is visiting the IFT for the period October 1st to 30th, 2015. Her office number is 404. Her research interests include: symmetries in Quantum Field Theory, Higgs boson physics, Standard Model physics, neutrino physics and cosmology. | Dr. Eric Bergshoeff from Groningen University, The Netherlands is visiting the IFT for the period May 22nd to 26th, 2017. His office number is B11. His research interests include: Supersymmetry, Gravity, Branes and, more recently, Non-relativistic Gravity. | Dr. Eugenio Megías from Max-Planck-Institut fur Physik is visiting the IFT for the period September 14th to October 2nd, 2015. His office number is 401.
His research interests include: Thermal Field Theory, String Theory methods applied to strongly coupled field theories, Quantum Chromodynamics, Quark Gluon Plasma, Hydrodynamics, Quantum Anomalies, Higgs physics. |

Dr. Fabio Riccioni from INFN Roma La Sapienza is visiting the IFT for the period May 22nd to 26th, 2017. His office number is B11. His research interests include: String theory and supergravity theories, in particular non-geometric string vacua. | Dr. Fernando Quevedo from ICTP is visiting the IFT for the period September 14th to 16th, 2016. His office number is 404. He is a well-known theoretical particle physicist with wide-ranging research interests in string theory, phenomenology and cosmology. He was awarded the 1998 ICTP Prize in recognition of his important contributions to superstring theory. | Dr. Francesco Giovanni Celiberto from Università della Calabria & INFN-Cosenza is visiting the IFT for the period September 4th to December 31st, 2017. His office number is 317. His research interests include: small-x physics, BFKL resummation, LHC phenomenology. | Dr. Francisco Peña from INFN Perugia is visiting the IFT for the period July 1st to 8th, 2016. His office number is 401. His research interests are: Holography, condense matter systems and hydrodynamics. In particular applications of holographic models to QCD and condensed matter systems. Also the understanding of transport properties of new states of matter, including the conductivities associated to quantum anomalies. |

Dr. George Zoupanos from National Technical University, Athens is visiting the IFT for the period November 15th to 30th 2016. His office number is 304. His research interests include: reduction of Couplings in Finite Unified Theories, MSSM and Gravity; Higher-Dimensional Unified Theories with continuous and fuzzy coset spaces as extra dimensions; Quantum Gravity based on fuzzy spaces. | Dr. Germán Gómez-Vargas from Instituto de Astrofísica, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, is visiting the IFT for the period May 9th to 26th, 2016. His office number is 116. His research interests include: dark matter indirect detection, gamma-ray astronomy, and physics beyond the Standard Model. | Dr. Germán Gómez-Vargas from Instituto de Astrofísica, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, is visiting the IFT for the period May 24th to June 2nd, 2017. His office number is 104. His research interests include: dark matter indirect detection, gamma-ray astronomy, and physics beyond the Standard Model. | Dr. Guillermo Ballesteros from CEA Saclay is visiting the IFT for the period November 14th to 18th, 2016. His office number is 301. His research interests are: Cosmology, Particle Physics. |

Dr. Ilaria Brivio from Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen is visiting the IFT for the period November 27th to December 1st, 2017. Her office number is 215. Her research interests are: Effective Field Theories, phenomenology of the Higgs boson, Dark Matter and axions | Dr. Isabel Campos from Instituto de Física de Cantabria – IFCA is visiting the IFT for the period October 26th to December 31st, 2015. Her office number is 205. Her research interests include: High Performance Computing applied to HEP, in particular Lattice QCD simulations. | Dr. Jacobo López from INFN Sezione di Genova is visiting the IFT for the period February 15th to 26th, 2016. His office number is 104. His research interest are: Beyond the Standard Model. In particular, neutrino phenomenology. From neutrino oscillations to neutrinoless double beta decay, electroweak precision data, leptogenesis, collider phenomenology and cosmology. | Dr. Jacobo López from INFN Sezione di Genova is visiting the IFT for the period May 17th to June 3rd, 2016. His office number is 114. His research interest are: Beyond the Standard Model. In particular, neutrino phenomenology. From neutrino oscillations to neutrinoless double beta decay, electroweak precision data, leptogenesis, collider phenomenology and cosmology. |

Dr. José Daniel Madrigal from IPhT CEA Saclay is visiting the IFT for the period October 26th to November 4th, 2015. His office number is 315. His research interest include: Phenomenology and Formal Aspects of High-Energy QCD, Physics of Heavy-Ion Collisions and Quark-Gluon Plasma. | Dr. Juan Antonio Aguilar Saavedra from Universidad de Granada is visiting the IFT for the period December 18th to 22nd, 2017. His office number is 106. His research interests are: collider phenomenology. | Dr. María Eugenia Cabrera from the University of São Paulo is visiting the IFT for the period May 20th to July 9th 2015. | Dr. María Eugenia Cabrera from the University of São Paulo is visiting the IFT for the period May 31st to June 7th, 2016. Her office number is 317. Her research interests are Phenomenology of Beyond Standard Model Physics. |

Dr. María Pilar García del Moral from Universidad de Antofagasta, Chile, is visiting the IFT for the period January 2nd to February 23rd, 2018. Her office number is 115. Her research interests are: M-theory Quantum Formulation: Supermembrane theory, Dualities and their links with Gauged/Massive Supergravities, String Phenomenology and Cosmology | Dr. María Pilar García del Moral from Universidad de Antofagasta, Chile, is visiting the IFT for the period September 21st to 25th, 2015. Her office number is 315.
Her research interest are:
- M-theory Quantum Formulation: Supermembrane theory, Dualities and their links with Gauged/Massive Supergravities.
- String Phenomenology and Cosmology | Dr. Mario Herrero from École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne is visiting the IFT for the period December 18th to 22nd, 2017. His office number is 316. His research interests are Formal Quantum Field Theory, Generalized gauge invariance, Quantum Gravity, Non-relativistic systems. | Dr. Mario Herrero from École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne is visiting the IFT for the period May 16th to 23rd, 2017. His office number is 301. His research interests are Formal Quantum Field Theory, Generalized gauge invariance, Quantum Gravity, Non-relativistic systems. |

Dr. Mary K. Gaillard from LBNL Berkeley is visiting the IFT for the period April 28th to June 3rd, 2016. Her office number is 214. Her research interests include: physics beyond the Standard Model, specially the study of effective field theories from the heterotic string, including supersymmetry breaking, axion physics, the origin of R-parity and the problem of anomaly cancellation. | Dr. Mateusz Koren from DESY Zeuthen is visiting the IFT for the period October 17th to 21st, 2016. His office number is 214. His research interests include: Monte Carlo methods, lattice gauge theory, Eguchi-Kawai reduction and heavy quark physics. | Dr. Mattia Bruno from Brookhaven National Laboratory is visiting the IFT for the period January 8th to 12th, 2018. His office number is 216. His research interests include the study of Lattice Field Theories and applications to QCD, with focus on the fundamental parameters of QCD and flavour physics. | Dr. Mauricio Sturla from Instituto de Física de La Plata, Argentina, is visiting the IFT for the period May 3rd to 31st, 2016. His office number is B03. His research interests include: Condensed Matter and QFT applied to condensed Matter, in particular Topologically non-trivial spin textures and Dirac Systems. |

Dr. Miguel Montero from Utrecht University is visiting the IFT for the period December 19th to 21st, 2017. His office number is 316. His research interests are: Cosntraints on EFT's from generic quantum gravity/string theory considerations. | Dr. Miguel Zumalacárregui from Nordita, Stockholm, is visiting the IFT for the period January 25th to 29th, 2016. His office number is 414. His research interest are: Cosmology and the accelerated expansion of the universe, particularly alternative theories of gravity with screening mechanisms. Also inhomogeneous cosmological models and cosmological perturbation theory. | Dr. Miguel Zumalacárregui from UC Berkeley is visiting the IFT for the period November 21st to 29th, 2017. His office number is 104. Miguel's research focuses on how cosmological data can be used to test gravity and fundamental physics. He is developing methods to compute cosmological observables in a broad class of gravity theories (www.hiclass-code.net). He more recently became interested in gravitational waves and non-linear effects on the large scale structure of the Universe. He also works on formal aspects of classical theories of gravity, including finding general frameworks to construct new classes of viable models. | Dr. Miguel Zumalacárregui from UC Berkeley is visiting the IFT for the period March 13th to 31st, 2017. His office number is 114. Miguel's research focuses on how cosmological data can be used to test gravity and fundamental physics. He is developing methods to compute cosmological observables in a broad class of gravity theories (www.hiclass-code.net). He more recently became interested in gravitational waves and non-linear effects on the large scale structure of the Universe. He also works on formal aspects of classical theories of gravity, including finding general frameworks to construct new classes of viable models. |

Dr. Oscar Cata from LMU Munich is visiting the IFT for the period February 22nd to 26th, 2016. His office number is 401. His research interest are: effective field theories (EFTs) within and beyond the Standard Model, with particular interest in building consistent frameworks to characterize deviations in Higgs couplings in a model-independent way. | Dr. Pablo Bueno from University of Leuven is visiting the IFT for the period May 25th to 26th, 2017. His office number is B09. His research interests include: Gravity, Black holes, Holography, Conformal field theories and Quantum entanglement among others. | Dr. Raffaele Savelli from IPhT Cea Saclay is visiting the IFT for the period September 12th to 16th,2016. His office number is 401. His research interests include: String Theory, focusing in particular on string compactifications to four dimensions and on their low energy effective physics. | Dr. Sergio Hortner from Centro de Estudios Cientificos, Chile, is visiting the IFT for the period February 1st to 28th, 2017. His office number is 214. His research interests include: hidden symmetries and dualities in gravity and supergravity, higher spin theory, gauge theory of extended objects, quantum properties of black holes and flavor physics. |

Dr. Sergio Hörtner from Centro de Estudios Científicos, Chile, is visiting the IFT for the period March 10th to April 8th, 2016. His office number is 214. His current research interests include: hidden symmetries and dualities in gravity and supergravity, higher spin theory, gauge theory of extended objects, quantum properties of black holes and flavor physics. | Dr. Stefano Scopel from Sogang University is visiting the IFT for the period July 8th, 2016 to January 25th, 2017. His office number is 103. His research interests are: Dark Matter, Astroparticle Physics and Physics Beyond the Standard Model. | Dr. Víctor Martín Lozano from Bonn University is visiting the IFT for the period December 18th to 22nd, 2017. His office number is 316. His research interests are: BSM physics, collider physics, dark matter. | Dr. Yan Liu from Beihang University is visiting the IFT for the period November 7th, 2016, to February 1st, 2017. His office number is 415. His research interests include: AdS/CFT and its applications, gravity physics. |

Prof. Barry Barish from Caltech is visiting the IFT for the period June 19th to 21st, 2017. His office number is B03.
Prof. Barry Barish has recently received the Princess of Asturias Award.
His primary research interest has been the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-wave Observatory (LIGO), since he became Principal Investigator in 1994 and Director in 1997. He led the effort through the final design stages, approval for funding by the NSF National Science Board in 1994, and then the construction and commissioning of the LIGO interferometers in Livingston, LA and Hanford, WA. In 1997, he created the LIGO Scientific Collaboration (LSC), which now enables more than 1000 collaborators world-wide to participate in LIGO. | Prof. Hirosi Ooguri from Caltech & IPMU is visiting the IFT for the period June 21st to 23rd, 2017. His office number is B07.
Ooguri is a theoretical physicist working on quantum field theory, quantum gravity, and superstring theory. His research strategy is to discover mathematical structures in these theories and to exploit them to invent new theoretical tools to solve fundamental questions in physics.
In particular, he developed the topological string theory to compute Feynman diagrams of superstring theory and used it to solve mysterious quantum mechanical properties of black holes. He also worked on conformal field theory in two dimensions, D branes in Calabi-Yau manifolds, the AdS/CFT correspondence, and properties of supersymmetric field theories and their relation to superstring theory. | Prof. Nima Arkani-Hamed from IAS – Princeton is visiting the IFT for the period June 22nd to 23rd, 2017. His office number is B03.
One of the leading particle physics phenomenologists of his generation, Nima Arkani-Hamed is concerned with the relation between theory and experiment. His research has shown how the extreme weakness of gravity, relative to other forces of nature, might be explained by the existence of extra dimensions of space, and how the structure of comparatively low-energy physics is constrained within the context of string theory. He has taken a lead in proposing new physical theories that can be tested at the Large Hadron Collider at CERN in Switzerland. | Prof. Andrei Linde from Stanford University is visiting the IFT for the period June 7th to 17th, 2015, as distinguished Severo Ochoa visiting professor. |

Prof. Georgi Dvali from LMU Munich is visiting the IFT for the period June 19th to 21st, 2017, as distinguished Severo Ochoa visiting professor. His office number is B11.
Prof. Dvali is a world-renowned theoretical particle physicist. Among his many contributions stand his pioneering works on Large Extra Dimensions and Modified Gravity. Prof. Dvali is a recipient of the New York City Mayor's Award for Excellence in Science and Technology. He has held a David and Lucille Packard Fellowship and an Alfred P. Sloan Fellowship. In 2009, he was awarded an Alexander von Humboldt Professorship and was appointed to the Chair of Theoretical Particle Physics at LMU’s Arnold Sommerfeld Center for Theoretical Physics. He is also a Director of the Max Planck Institute for Physics in Munich and holds a Silver Professorship Chair at New York University. | Prof. Ignacio Cirac from Max Plank Institute of Quantum Optics Garching is visiting the IFT for the period April 18th to 22nd, 2016, as distinguished Severo Ochoa visiting professor. His office number is B04. He is one of the pioneers of the field of quantum computing and quantum information theory. His joint work with Peter Zoller on ion trap quantum computation opened up the possibility of experimental quantum computation, and his joint work on optical lattices jump started the field of quantum simulation. He has also made seminal contributions in the field of degenerated quantum gases, quantum optics and many body physics. Ignacio Cirac has been granted multiple awards, among them the 2006 Prince of Asturias Award, the BBVA Foundation Frontiers of Knowledge Award in the Basic Sciences category ex aequo with Peter Zoller, and The Franklin Institute's 2010 Benjamin Franklin Medal in Physics (jointly with David J. Wineland and Peter Zoller), and the Wolf Prize in Physics with Peter Zoller in 2013. Since 2001 he has been the Director of the Theoretical Division of the Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics in Garching, Germany. | Prof. Lev Lipatov from Petersburg Nuclear Physics Institute is visiting the IFT for the period January 9th to February 8th, 2017, as distinguished Severo Ochoa visiting professor. His office number is 304. Prof. Lipatov´s contributions have been essential for the development of the theory of strong interactions. His results on deep inelastic scattering and the Pomeranchuk singularity, leading to the DGLAP and BFKL equations, have opened the path towards a quantitative understanding of high-energy processes in Quantum Chromodynamics. He has been awarded the Alexander von Humboldt Prize in 1995 and the International Pomeranchuk prize in 2001. He has been Marie Curie Chair of Excellence in the University of Hamburg from 2006 to 2009 and Scholar of the Mortimer and Raymond Sackler Institute of Advanced Studies from 2009 to 2010. He chairs the Theory Department of St. Petersburg's Nuclear Physics Institute and is a member of the Russian Academy of Sciences. | Prof. Lev Lipatov from Petersburg Nuclear Physics Institute is visiting the IFT for the period April 4th to 22nd, 2016, as distinguished Severo Ochoa visiting professor. His office number is 304. Prof. Lipatov´s contributions have been essential for the development of the theory of strong interactions. His results on deep inelastic scattering and the Pomeranchuk singularity, leading to the DGLAP and BFKL equations, have opened the path towards a quantitative understanding of high-energy processes in Quantum Chromodynamics. He has been awarded the Alexander von Humboldt Prize in 1995 and the International Pomeranchuk prize in 2001. He has been Marie Curie Chair of Excellence in the University of Hamburg from 2006 to 2009 and Scholar of the Mortimer and Raymond Sackler Institute of Advanced Studies from 2009 to 2010. He chairs the Theory Department of St. Petersburg's Nuclear Physics Institute and is a member of the Russian Academy of Sciences. |

Prof. Lisa Randall from Harvard University is visiting the IFT for the period from June 22nd to 26th, as distinguished Severo Ochoa visiting professor. | Prof. Renata Kallosh from Stanford University is visiting the IFT for the period June 7th to 17th, 2015, as distinguished Severo Ochoa visiting professor. | Prof. Viatcheslav Mukhanov from Arnold Sommerfeld Center for Theoretical Physics, LMU is visiting the IFT for the period June 21st to 22nd, 2017, as distinguished Severo Ochoa visiting professor. His office number is B11.
Prof. Mukhanov holds the Chair of Cosmology at the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität in Munich. He is one of a select group of researchers who have made significant contributions to the theory of cosmic inflation. In 1980–81, together with G. Chibisov, he discovered that quantum fluctuations could be responsible for the large-scale structure of the universe. They calculated the spectrum of fluctuations in a model with a quasi-exponential stage of expansion, later known as inflation, in very good agreement with recent measurements of the CMB fluctuations. He has received numerous awards, the Gold Medal of the Soviet Academy of Sciences, the Oskar Klein Medal, and in 2015 the Max Planck Medal. He has received the Chaire Blaise Pascal, a prestigious distinction awarded by the French Government, the Tomalla Prize by the Swiss Tomalla Foundation for Gravity Research, and the Amaldi Medal of the Italian Society for General Relativity. In 2013 he was awarded, with A. Staorbinsky, the Gruber Prize in Cosmology. | Dr. Anatoly Klypin from New Mexico State University is visiting the IFT for the period from March 16th to June 30th, 2016. His office number is 103. His research interests are cosmology and extragalactic astronomy with the emphasis on cosmological simulations. |

Dr. Antonio Delgado from University of Notre Dame is visiting the IFT for the period April 3th to 6th, 2017. His office number is 301. His research interests are: LHC phenomenology of different models beyond the SM. | Dr. Antonio Delgado from University of Notre Dame is visiting the IFT for the period June 13th to 17th, 2016. His office number is 214. His research interests are: LHC phenomenology of different models beyond the SM. | Dr. Douglas Ross from Southampton University is visiting the IFT for the period from March 1st to 11th, 2016. His office number is 315. He works on the application of QCD to diffractive scattering and low-x physics, with particular emphasis on an extension of the BFKL formalism which leads to discrete pomeron poles, as predicted by Regge theory. | Dr. Erik Tonni from SISSA, Trieste, is visiting the IFT for the period January 25th to February 19th, 2016. His office number is B06. His research interest are: Conformal field theory, entanglement and gauge/gravity correspondence. |

Dr. Erik Tonni from SISSA, Trieste, is visiting the IFT for the period May 8th to 17th, 2017. His office number is 201. His research interest are: Conformal field theory, entanglement and gauge/gravity correspondence. | Dr. Gary Shiu from Hong Kong U. & Wisconsin U., is visiting the IFT for the period September 11th to 15th, 2017. His office number is 401. His research interest are: String theory and its applications to particle physics and cosmology. | Dr. Gerardo Aldazabal from Instituto Balseiro-Centro Atómico Bariloche, Argentina is visiting the IFT for the period April 22nd to May 24th, 2016. His office number is 401. His research interests are String Theory, String Phenomenology, Double and Extended Field Theory. | Dr. Gerardo Aldazabal from Instituto Balseiro-Centro Atómico Bariloche, Argentina is visiting the IFT for the period May 8th to June 15th, 2017. His office number is 401. His research interests are String Theory, String Phenomenology, Double and Extended Field Theory. |

Dr. Joan Simon from University of Edinburgh is visiting the IFT for the period January 25th to 29th, 2016. His office number is B03. His research interest are: Quantum gravity, including black hole physics and cosmological singularities, AdS/CFT and applications, general holography, thermalisation and quantum information theory. | Dr. Jos Vermaseren from Nikhef Amsterdam is visiting the IFT for the period January 30th to February 28th, 2017. His office number is 401. Jos Vermaseren's research focuses on calculations in perturbative field theory, with excursions into mathematics and computer science whenever this is needed for his main topic. | Dr. Jos Vermaseren from Nikhef Amsterdam is visiting the IFT for the period February 24th to 26th, 2016. His office number is 401. Jos Vermaseren's research focuses on calculations in perturbative field theory, with excursions into mathematics and computer science whenever this is needed for his main topic. | Dr. Jos Vermaseren from Nikhef Amsterdam is visiting the IFT for the period May 3rd to 31st, 2016. His office number is 214. Jos Vermaseren's research focuses on calculations in perturbative field theory, with excursions into mathematics and computer science whenever this is needed for his main topic. |

Dr. José Ramón Espinosa from IFAE is visiting the IFT for the period September 25th to October 22nd, 2017. His office number is 303. His research interests are: BSM Phenomenology, Higgs Physics, Cosmology. | Dr. José Ramón Espinosa from IFAE is visiting the IFT for the period December 4th to 20th, 2017. His office number is 216. His research interests are: BSM Phenomenology, Higgs Physics, Cosmology. | Dr. Kiwoon Choi from CTPU/IBS, Daejeon is visiting the IFT for the period from March 7th to 11th, 2016. His office number is 304. His research interests are: Physics beyond the SM, Low energy supersymmetry, Axion cosmology. | Dr. Kiwoon Choi from CTPU/IBS, Daejeon is visiting the IFT for the period from November 14th to 18th, 2016. His office number is 105. His research interests are: Physics beyond the SM, Low energy supersymmetry, Axion cosmology. |

Dr. Masanori Okawa from Hiroshima University is visiting the IFT for the period September 16th to 30th, 2015. His office number is 401.
His research interest are: Quantum field theory, especially large scale numerical simulation of Lattice QCD. Twisted space-time reduced model of large N gauge theories. | Dr. Masanori Okawa from Hiroshima University is visiting the IFT for the period March 2nd to 16th, 2017. His office number is 401. His research interests are: Quantum field theory, especially large scale numerical simulation of Lattice QCD. Twisted space-time reduced model of large N gauge theories. | Dr. Mattias Blennow from KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, is visiting the IFT for the period March 6th to 10th, 2017. His office number is 201. His research interests are: neutrinos, dark matter, and physics beyond the standard model. | Dr. Maxim Chernodub from University of Tours, France – CNRS is visiting the IFT for the period February 8th to 12th, 2016. His office number is B07. His current research interests include: Quantum Chromodynamics in strong magnetic field and anomalous transport effects in chiral systems. |

Dr. Maxim Chernodub from University of Tours, France – CNRS is visiting the IFT for the period April 17th to 21st, 2017. His office number is 401. His current research interests include: Quantum Chromodynamics in strong magnetic field and anomalous transport effects in chiral systems. | Dr. Miguel Ángel Vázquez-Mozo from Universidad de Salamanca is visiting the IFT for the period January 8th to 12th, 2018. His office number is 306. His research interests are: are quantum field theory, string theory, gravity, and cosmology. | Dr. Pilar Hernández from Instituto de Física Corpuscular - IFIC is visiting the IFT for the period April 7th to 13th, 2015. | Dr. Silvia Pascoli from Durham University is visiting the IFT for the period November 27th to December 7th, 2017. Her office number is 209. Her research interests are: Elementary Particle Theory. |

Dr. Stefano Rigolin from University of Padua is visiting the IFT for the period January 15th to 19th, 2018. His office number is 216. His research interests are: Neutrino Oscillations and Future Neutrino Experiments, Physics Beyond the Standard Model and Dynamical Higgs and Dark Matter - Dark Energy. | Dr. Sven Heinemeyer from Instituto de Física de Cantabria - IFCA is visiting the IFT for the period October 26th to December 31st, 2015. His office number is 305. His research interests are: Phenomenology of the SM and the MSSM at present and future colliders, indirect tests of the SM and the MSSM via electroweak precision observables and other precision data, the Higgs boson sector as a probe of Supersymmetry and Dark Matter and its implications for SUSY |

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